Lemay was a first team selection, while Cronan was a second team choice. The award honors the work both on the field and in the classroom.
The two players are just the third and fourth Covenant players to be recognized with the honor in the NCAA era of the program, and the first honorees since 2015.
Lemay, a senior from Apopka, Fla., played every second at the net for the Lady Scots this season and tallied 127 saves, a save percentage of .847, with eight shutouts. Lemay earned USA South Goalkeeper of the Year honors and was a first team All-USA South and All-West Division selection. In conference action only, she posted a 0.50 goals against average and a .895 save percentage with 34 saves. Lemay had four matches with double-digit saves, including a career-high 20 against No. 5 Messiah.
Lemay was first in the USA South in minutes played (1859:47), and finished second in the conference with her save percentage and was third in saves.
Cronan, a junior from Knoxville, Tenn., was tied for the team-lead offensively with 10 goals, four assists, and 24 total points. Her 10 goals ranked seventh in the USA South, while her 24 points were eighth in the conference. Cronan had a pair of two-goal matches on the year and was named the USA South Player of the Week on Oct. 15 after collecting two goals and three assists during the week. Cronan also logged three game-winning scores, including a golden goal in overtime against Huntingdon (Oct. 12).
In addition, Cronan earned All-USA South West Division first team honors for a second consecutive season.
In the classroom, both Lemay and Cronan have excelled. Majoring in sport administration, Lemay has compiled a cumulative GPA of 3.65, while Cronan is at 3.48 with a major in business.
Covenant finished the season with an 11-8-1 overall record and advanced to the USA South Tournament semifinals.
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